Air Force Global Strike Command : AFGSC Commander wreath laying at French Tomb of the Unknown Soldi On Monday, AFGSC Commander, Lt. Gen. Jim Kowalski, helped lay a wreath at the French Tomb of the Unknown Soldier! 58 minutes ago - View -
Harry W. Hart : Our trip to Greece & Turkey was fantastic and the Greek beer "Mythos" is fantastic, wish we could get it over here!!
Met many members of the Greek Army and they all honored me for my service in Vietnam...needless-to-say I was moved to tears!
Also moved by the changing of the guard at the tomb of the unknown soldier!! 1 hour ago - View -
Brian Corrie : Making my first trip to D.C. next week. Any must do suggestions? 1 hour ago - View -
Elizabeth Ferreira : Never walked so much in my life. Went to Holocaust Museum yesterday. Then the Smithsonian(s). White House was cool,.... started the day at Arlington Nation Cemetery where we witnessed the changing of the guard at the tomb of unknown soldier ....very moving- Bus is heading us to Monticello - going to take a nap to help recover from the late night cap at our suite with the other 4 chaperones. Laughed so hard I started weazing. Why is everything so funny after just one glass of red wine? Thanks for a great time ladies!! 2 hours ago - View -
Deanna Sheppard : Changing of the guard at the tomb of the unknown soldier...every American should see it...indescribable. 3 hours ago - View -
Don Gaglione : Last night at City Council meeting the mayor presented David, James, Bill and Dar a certificate of recognition for the construction of the Tomb of The Unknown Soldier that was unveiled on Memorial Day and is now on display at the Palm Springs Air Museum until they can find a permanent home here in Desert Hot Springs 3 hours ago - View -
Joseph Daly : TRIVIA IS BACK.........how many steps must one take to get to the tomb of the unknown soldier ? 6 hours ago - View -
Joel Somero : Great trip to Washington, D.C. / with Kathy, Myles and Logan 17 hours ago - View -
Capitalism Institute : Obama's Approval Rating Crashes... Now Lower Than Bush Obama's approval rating is finally collapsing... even the media bias can't save him this time.
When you spy on Americans, arm our enemies, and constantly lie to the people, they'll get sick of it.
LIKE if you've NEVER approved of Obama: 17 hours ago - View -
Robbie Truesdale : Today I have: viewed the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, watched the awe inspiring changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, stood beside the graves of two US Presidents (Kennedy and Taft ), stood before the original flag that inspired the Star Spangled Banner, saw the desk that Jefferson wrote the Declaration on, looked at the original furniture that was used by grant and lee at Appomattox and stood in front of the Berlin Wall . And it's not even 6pm 19 hours ago - View -
Chris Martin Hillman : In about 1 1/2 hours Blane and Abbie are leaving to go on the 8th Grade field trip to Washington DC. They have a crazy busy schedule ahead of them! Abbie was picked with 3 of her classmates to present a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. I am so proud of her. Have fun! Take lots of pictures and make lots of memories! 20 hours ago - View -
Frank Richardson : So this is why I went over seas and risked my life is for these stupid black rappers to stomp on my American flag? Bring your ass here to my yard and try that shit and ill personally will boot stomp your savage ass! You worthless waste of my American oxygen get a real job! 22 hours ago - View -
Theo Beelener : Timeline Photos Today is April 1st. It's not only April Fool's Day -- it's the start of the season that Arlington National Cemetery is open until 7 p.m. It is also the day when the Sentinels perform the Changing of the Guard ritual every 30 minutes. This is one of our favorite pictures of the Sentinels at the Tomb, taken by Staff Sgt Matthew Coffee, from the Third U.S. Army Infantry Regiment, "The Old Guard." Enjoy! Just remembering one of the most moving ceremonies I've ever witnessed: the changing of the guards at the tomb of the unknown soldier! 22 hours ago - View -
Roibeaird Ó Gréacháin : Spent Father's Day in Washington, DC with my daughter and son-in-law and their family. Saw the White House, Arlington National Cemetery (where I saw the Kennedy Family burial site, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier), the Lincoln Memorial and the Vietnam Memorial Wall. All very moving experiences that make me both sad and glad I am a father in this country. 22 hours ago - View -
Jasmine Leona Ryan : The bus broke down so we had to be taken to the airport in police cars, the girls on the plane were incredibly loud, and the ride was boring, and now we are in a bus. Today's been fun... Oh DC, please don't be boring. 1 day ago - View -
Tombigbee Cooperative : Jun 16, 2013 2:36pm This is an amazing video of the Alabama Youth Tour students laying the wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier on Father's Day. Wreath laying ceremony at Arlington Watch the video: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151432500376356 1 day ago - View -
Lesa Biancalana : Such a great trip so far!! Catching up with old friends (Sheryl Day Binetti & Chase Morris) Finally meeting old ones! Kathy McNamara Powers & Karen Bodenhoefer Poston) Today, it's dinner with my nephew Brenden Biancalana) who is stationed at Fort Bragg, catching up with a friend that I have known for 23 ish years but haven't seen in about 16 (Karri Walsh) I am too excited for words! Great day on the docket today. But to start - We are heading to the White House, Lincoln Memorial and to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Have a great day everyone!! 1 day ago - View -
Susan Evans Kaminski : Oh yes. Up bright n early :-). Today is gonna b another fun adventure with Brad Dye. Thinking Arlington VA, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, n then some stuff in Washington DC. 1 day ago - View -
Michael Lintz : why are people making a big deal about lil wayne stepping on an american flag... who cares 1 day ago - View -
Scott Pease : New home page photo shows my Dad and three others vets placing a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier in Arlington, circa 2012. Pops is the old guy in the middle with the hat. 1 day ago - View -
K. Jeanne Person : really hopes the Feds do not find Jimmy Hoffa's body. So much more fun imagining where it is. Where, do you think, it is hidden? 1 day ago - View -
Michelle Reed Boothe : The Liberty Bell and the Tomb of the unknown soldier for the Revolutionary War in Philadelphia 1 day ago - View -
Joe Graham : What an amazing day filled with sights both sad and wonderful. Started off at Arlington. Saw Kennedy graves, then Tomb of Unknown Soldier, then exterior of Custus-Lee Mansion. I walked down from the mansion, got on Metro to Smithsonian. First, I went to Holocaust Museum after several recommendations, then Air and Space, then Museum of National History, then Museum of American History, then back to Vietnam Memorial and across the Arlington Bridge to the metro. I was on the go from 8:30 to 4:30. I am not sure my feet and legs will forgive me. I must admit that I am a museum nibbler. I like to hit the high spots so I can cover a lot of territory in one day. 1 day ago - View -
Bill Butler : U.S. may send women to elite Ranger school: top Army chief NOPE. There is no argument that will convince me that this is a good idea. This is really going to make a better fighting force? I can say with 100% certainty that there are not enough women that can pass Ranger school to make all the accommodations worthwhile if any women could pass at all. Just speaking from experience... 1 day ago - View -
Kimberly Forrester : Easily the most honorable thing I have ever done and probably ever will do is lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier... Taps gets me everytime but makes me think of one of my favorite people! Love you Uncle Rodney♥ 1 day ago - View -
Scott Camire : Visited Arlington National cemetery today. The changing of the guard at the tomb of the unknown soldier was amazing. What discipline these soldiers have. 1 day ago - View -
Char Smith : I had a fabulous time in Philadelphia and D.C. last week. Our group of nearly 60, toured museums and saw a lot of memorials. The young people were complimented on their good behavior at many of the establishments we visited. I want to personally thank Mr. Michael Loger and Mrs. Cheryl Schlesser for making this a trip I will never forget. I formed bonds with many students and adults (some of whom I hadn't met before this trip). We walked a LOT; ate a lot and created many lasting memories. Nicholas and I have always had a very strong bond and I believe we became even closer! We visited Gettysburg; Arlington Cemetery; attended a ceremony of the "Changing of the Guard" and laying the wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier; toured the Smithsonian Institute; had pictures in front of the White House ; met briefly with Tammy Baldwin; toured the Holocaust Museum and one of my favorites, the World War II Memorial, which we visited at night. The memorials and numerous waterfalls were aglow with colored lights. It was very touching! 1 day ago - View -
Scott Hollenbeck : Sightseeing in the city of brotherly love. Got to see the tomb of the unknown soldier, Betsy Ross' house, the liberty bell, Independence hall where the declaration was signed, the oldest church, the first post office and the oldest continuously lived in neighborhood in the country 1 day ago - View -
KYIV, 17 June (BelTA) – Upon arriving in Ukraine on an official visit, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Kyiv, BelTA has learned.The monument commemorating soldiers who died during the Great Patriotic War is located in the Park of Eternal Glory.
Tamara Eads Bibb : Zija Elite Legacy Conference Amazing event with THE BEST trainers!! 1 day ago - View -
Kathy Wells : Arlington Cemetary yesterday. Today we are doing National Geographic Museum because when I grow up I want to be a National Geographic Wildlife Photographer. We're also hitting the National Zoo to see the Pandas. 2 days ago - View -
MilitaryMusic.com : Timeline Photos #USArmy Soldiers from the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) participate in a wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in commemoration of the 238th #ArmyBirthday in Arlington National Cemetery June 14, 2013. Secretary of the Army John McHugh, U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno and SMA Raymond F. Chandler III were laying the wreath. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Teddy Wade) #USArmy Soldiers from the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) participate in a wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in commemoration of the 238th #ArmyBirthday in Arlington National Cemetery June 14, 2013. Secretary of the Army John McHugh, U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno and SMA Raymond F. Chandler III were laying the wreath. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Teddy Wade) 2 days ago - View -
Tombigbee Cooperative : Timeline Photos Proud to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. #ytdc The Alabama Youth Tour students have the amazing opportunity to lay a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier in Arlington Cemetery. 2 days ago - View -
John JR Roberts : A sad, yet exciting day. My baby boy is leaving for a week. Chandler is going on his class trip to Washington DC/New York. They'll visit some amazing places! Ground Zero, Smithsonian, a Broadway Play, Vietnam Memorial, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Gettysburg, and much more! Have a wonderful time Chan! This is a trip of a lifetime! I'll miss you! 2 days ago - View -